Praise and rewards – use thoughtfully!

The two Willingham articles I’ll be talking about in the CPD twilight session tonight are:

How praise can motivate – or stifle.

and

Should learning be its own reward?

There are a host of other interesting articles – looking at applying insights from cognitive-behavioural psychology to education – on the Daniel Willingham blog:

www.danielwillingham.com

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